It’s late July in New York City and locals and travelers alike are flocking to the hottest dining spots for the city’s most talked about celebration: Restaurant Week. Whether you’re a refined gastronomist, or just someone trying to boost your Instagram game, every New Yorker can come together and share one of this city’s greatest talents: food. And we’ve selected six top restaurant pairings you can’t miss.
Il Mulino Prime (SoHo)
Il Mulino Prime is SoHo’s most beloved modern Italian steakhouse, with a RW menu filled with dynamic dishes like grilled halibut, octopus salad, and hearty Caprese. It’s no surprise they serve Breezette here, with dishes that highlight Breezette’s tropical fruit and floral notes.
If you really want to awaken your taste buds with innovative flavor pairings, Morimoto is the perfect Restaurant Week choice. Sushi that fuses Eastern tradition with Western modernism pairs exquisitely with our dry and zesty Baladiña.
A chic and lively ambiance with French-inspired American fare is an ideal atmosphere for New Yorkers to be enjoying Juliette rosé. The fruit-forward and delicate floral notes will further savor the flavors of Craft’s fluke and melon crudo, tomato parmesan capellin i, and lemon arugula salad.
Sessanta at Sixty SoHo (SoHo)
This menu offers authentic Sicilian cuisine in a charmingly luxurious setting. With rich entrées like pecorino agnolotti and chicken Saltimbocca, our Chateau Laroche-Jaubert Bordeaux serves as a seamless pairing.
Tavern on the Green (Central Park West)
Restaurant Week can be a time to explore new flavors, but one can never go wrong with an iconic locale like Central Park. Our Provençal VieVité rosé would be best paired with this menu, with the rosé’s dry and elegant finish complementing their watermelon salad, and organic oven roasted salmon.
Luca Paretti Løvo is a fun and summery brut prosecco that makes you want to sit outside and celebrate good weather. Løvo’s apple and peach notes creates natural marriage of flavors with the lunch and dinner menu at Butter, ranging from summer squash to heirloom tomato salads.